From Matthew Byrnes at Dona Ana Community College -- this is another excellent opportunity for those working in game development -- and for working together with educators to solve some of our major educational problems:
The National STEM Video Game Challenge, a competition that encourages America's students to use their math, science and engineering skills to design video games. The event, which is being held by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center and E-Line Media, will offer two prizes to young gamers this year: a Youth Prize for middle school students, and a Developer Prize, which will be awarded to the best educational game for younger children.
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Youth Prize Details:
Digital Imaging and Design Technology
Doña Ana Community College